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jose posts on 3/2/2005 11:36:33 AM
what is the verdict in the tom robinson case?
Emma posts on 2/24/2005 3:59:44 AM
does anyone know a site where it tells me about tom robinson in comparision to todays society?
tom posts a bold assertion on 2/23/2005 3:10:17 PM
i dont remember the context of either sentence, but i can tell you that "moseyin'" simply means to take a very long time to do something, (usually walking). The second sentence just implies that someone is trying to shoot something with a gun, or throw an object at something(such as a baseball), but it takes them al ong time to "aim", or line up the shot. what page are these quotes from, i'll check the context. tom
karina vicuna posts on 2/22/2005 7:29:44 PM
i need to interpret the following sentences in standard english:
1. no,he's just moseyin'along so slow you can't hardly tell it.
2. i hafta aim for ten minutes 'fore i can hit somethin '
Daneel posts on 2/3/2005 8:21:19 PM
i'M ONLY IN GR.4 AND I'V READ THE BOOK IT IS GOOD<<<<<<<<<
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